Are you sick of struggling to cook healthy, homemade meals on busy weeknights? What if you can prep once per week and have different, flavorful meals (nearly) ready to go every night? We share a unique food prep strategy that can help you do this.
The newly released ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes 2018 was just released. What were the first impressions? And more importantly, what can be done about it?
Ever wonder what it's like to travel with diabetes and low carb eating? Lisa has done it and challenged herself to pack no food or snacks for the long international flights and 10 days in Spain. How did it go? Did she have success? Read more here.
What to do when someone questions you about low carb eating? What do you say and does it even matter? Know your audience and approach it with ease, but in the long run, what you're doing is for you.
The desire to move, to change, to grow, to learn is sometimes unquenchable. No matter what the experience, clarity comes with time. "If You Plant A Seed Today, It Won't Grow By Tomorrow. But If You Water And Feed It Everyday, Eventually You Will See The Flowers!" - Victoria Uzzell
In the third and final part of of our interview with Dr. Richard K. Bernstein, we discuss the autoimmune issues that he and his family experience, his view of the "low carb battle" we are waging and the interview wraps up with his favorite and most dramatic subject.